We are a small rural church in Southern Manitoba. Our desire is to be God's people and His witnesses in our own local community. Our mission is to help people find and follow Jesus. We welcome people from all backgrounds to join us in learning and growing together. We recognize that our work extends beyond the walls of our building, so we encourage community involvement wherever we can make a positive impact that will benefit people's lives and advance the cause of Christ.
To glorify God by helping people find and follow Jesus
Ladies' Bible Study meets at the church most Tuesdays all year, 7:30-9:30. All ladies are welcome. Contact Joy (204-242-2817) to receive texts, emails or calls of weekly plans.
Come to "The Well"!
This is for youth and adults at 10:00 a.m. Sunday mornings in the youth room.
In John 4, the story is told of a life giving encounter with Jesus and a woman at the well.
"The Well" captures the idea of what we come together for on Sunday mornings: dialogue - questions - an encounter with Jesus - changed lives - engagement with the lost - spiritual refreshment - truth - community. So grab a coffee, tea or water and we'll see you at "The Well".
Congregational Prayer Meetings:
We meet the first and third Tuesday mornings of the month.
March Prayer Meetings are as follows:
Tuesday, March 3, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Tuesday, March 17, 10:00-11:00 a.m.
1. Sunday School - Heroes & Friends for children ages 3-Grade 6
2. "The Well" for Youth & Adults
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Worship Service every Sunday
PMHC (Care Home) Sunday Service:
New to the library are ten dramatized adventure audio stories inspired by historian and author G.A. Henty. Young teens and adults alike will enjoy these stories of virtue and valour, character and courage.
Find a link to our church's historical account presented June 25, 2017 on the About Us page.
Pastor Hugh Froese brings a passion for the church and a love for Jesus to his role in Manitou. He is an optimist and enjoys adventure, and is looking forward to forming relationships with the people in and around Manitou. Together with his wife, Yvette, they have 3 children who are all at university. Hugh received a Master’s degree from the MB Biblical seminary in Fresno California and has been pastoring in southern Manitoba for 16 years. Hugh enjoys travel and the outdoors, and activities with friends. He likes the Jets when they are winning and he recently confessed his love of musicals. One of his greatest adventures was sailing off the coast of Guatemala for a week with his family.